Construction News

Design competition launched for new Notre Dame spire

The French Government has launched a design competition for a new spire for Notre Dame Cathedral.

Utilities infrastructure – when the honeymoon is over

The challenges of utility infrastructure and the supply chain.

Modular homes completed in Northamptonshire

Four new modular homes have been completed in just 34 days in London's first commuter village.

Figures show residential construction experienced 5% growth

New data shows residential construction increased by 5% last year to £74.2billion.

Managing infrastructure investment

Anne Shaw at Transport for West Midlands discusses how they are managing huge infrastructure investment.

New roadworks style reduces disruption

Highways England has said that a new method of conducting roadworks reduces disruption for residents and drivers.

RAF Northolt runway closes for resurfacing

The runway at RAF Northolt is set to be closed for six months so that planned resurfacing work can take place.

Irish government launches call for rural regeneration ideas

The Irish minister for Rural and Community development has called for rural regeneration proposals for small towns.

North Yorkshire highways to receive upgrades through new contract

North Yorkshire highways are to be upgraded after council approval to ensure they are fit for the future.

LOD simply explained: The LOD Kiwi

Trimble explains how LOD and LOG can improve Building Information Modelling.